Apparatus

Pump 1 is station 1's main line pumper.   It was built by Dependable, a Spartan unit. Built as a fire rescue truck, it has a 3028 litre (800 gallon) water tank with a 1250 GPM pump and larger compartments for more tools like extrication equipment such as the Hurst hydraulics, Vetter bag system, Rapid Intervention equipment and equipment that other trucks don't carry.

 

Ladder 1 is a station 1's aerial device.  It is built by Smeal.  The ladder extends 32 m (105ft), about 8 floors.  It has a 1185 litre (300 gallon) water tank, a 1500 GPM Waterous pump, Bradco lift stretcher for high rescues and a tip load (weight on the extended ladder) of 226kg (500lb)   

 

  Pump 2 is station 2's main line pumper.   It has a centre mount pump which is easier for pumping operations.  I has a 3028 litre (800 gallon) water tank with a 1250 GPM pump.  It carries extrication equipment, medical equipment, and various firefighting tools.

 

  Pump 3 is station 3's main line pumper.  It has a centre mount pump which is easier for pumping operations.  I has a 3028 litre (800 gallon) water tank with a 1250 GPM pump.  It carries extrication equipment, medical equipment, and various firefighting tools.  Pump 2 & 3 are sister vehicles that were delivered at the same time.

 

  Tanker 1 is a GMC C8500.  It is located at station 1 and is used for rural fire fighting.  The tank will hold 5678 litre (1500 gallons) of water with a 450 GPM pump and carries a portatank.  The portatank is a portable tank that allows for the truck to empty it's entire load of water so it can go to refill, allowing the crew to stay and continue fighting the fire.  This is called shuttling water.

  The mini pumper is a RAM 3500 and located at Station 1.  It is used for brush / forest fires with a tank that holds 946 litre (250 gallons). This truck also responds to any flagged driveways that the fire department may have access issue with.